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. his antics was a bonus feature in the pus n boots dvd. he appeared on the letterman show. jay leno had some fun with dusty >> look at that. a mercedes. >> here at home. dusty basks in his role as grand marshal of the pet parade. it's been almost two years since we aired our story. so we went back to see how he is handling his celebrate status. >> he still has to get out and go looking for whatever it is issue his little treasures. >> now he is wearing a collar camera. in fact dusty was shooting us as we were shooting him. his owners wondered what his missouri was, where he went at night. now with a camera they know. >> he's on the move. >> crossing the street. >> they found that dusty likes to start the night on the roof. here's what it looks like from his critter cam. he appear to be surveilling the neighborhood. sort of checking out the lay of the land. he then goes underneath the family car. maybe he is hiding. suddenly. he dashes out across the street. he is now decided which house to hit. this house. dusty races towards the back of the home, into the yard. he fines the pet door. o
on the letterman show. jay leno had some fun with dusty >> look at that. a mercedes. >> here at home. dusty basks in his role as grand marshal of the pet parade. it's been almost two years since we aired our story. so we went back to see how he is handling his celebrate status. >> he still has to get out and go looking for whatever it is issue his little treasures. >> now he is wearing a collar camera. in fact dusty was shooting us as we were shooting him. his owners wondered what his missouri was, where he went at night. now with a camera they know. >> he's on the move. >> crossing the street. >> they found that dusty likes to start the night on the roof. here's what it looks like from his critter cam. he appear to be surveilling the neighborhood. sort of checking out the lay of the land. he then goes underneath the family car. maybe he is hiding. suddenly. he dashes out across the street. he is now decided which house to hit. this house. dusty races towards the back of the home, into the yard. he fines the pet door. one that dusty will crawl through, one that leads leads to hidden treasures, je
it at this point, does he? just watch the guy who talks tough on china pitching his clothing line on letterman. >> where are the shirts made? bangladesh. >> we employ people in bangladesh. >> these are beautiful ties. they're made where? china. ties are made in china. >> that's who macy's wants to represent their brand, but the power is in the hands of the consumer, and the number of petition signatures keeps on growing. what more could you want for christmas than trump-free tv? tonight in our survey, i asked you, who do you support in the fight over the fiscal cliff? 97% of you say president obama and the democrats, 3% say the republicans. coming up, republicans are so upset by president obama's win they're signing petitions to cede from union. author jim moore will tell us if they're serious down there in texas. >>> the big finish tonight. thankz to president obama's re-election some republicans think the apocalypse is right around the corner, so they are reorganizing. it's gotten so bad residents in 40 states have started petitions to peacefully cede from the union. the petitions have been
him? bradley cooper. i, i, did you get to meet him? i saw him on david letterman last night and wondered if he was available. love you, on my way to work, mom. anyway, he's darn cute, darn cute. is he available, love mom. going to work. is she looking for somebody for you? >> of course, she is. always on the look. out for me. >> i wonder if she could find men the way she finds dresses. men, not so much. >>> we have to give a good shout out to jill rapaport. we're very proud of our jill. she was honored over the weekend. >> received an aspca service award. she does incredible work for animals. >> she's the real deal about animals. >> gets a lot of animals adopted into loving families. >> absolutely her life's work. we're proud of her. >>> a show getting a lot of buzz called "the baby wait." one couple's going to share the trials and science of adoption. >>> and what's happening in hollywood? andy cohen dishes on everything from rihanna's love life to the bond, james bond. ♪ pledge multi-surface. [ man ] its formula's safe on all kinds of stuff, like this... and this... and
's parlaying his face tattoo into a stardom of sorts. on the david letterman top ten list, and even on jimmy kimmel live. >> how long you will keep it? >> the rest of my life. >> even if the fame only last 1z 5
's parlaying it into stardom of some sorts. he is on the top ten of david letterman and on the top ten and even on "jimmy kimmel live." >> have you considered morphing your tattoo into a butterfly or anything like that? >> absolutely not. >> how long will you keep the tattoo? >> for the rest of my life. >> really? >> you know, even if the fame only lasts 15 minute, that tattoo is there forever as the
judgmental. he is on the top ten of david letterman and on the top ten and even on jimmy kimmel live. >> have you considered a butterfly or anything like that? >> absolutely not. >> how long will you keep the tattoo? >> for the rest of my life. >> really?
challenging to say the least for the journalists to keep up with "the david letterman show" petraeus soap opera. with him stepping down other his affair with biography paula broad well has led to a tangle. a shirtless fbi agent and another general and the media can't get enough. >> one of the officials describes the i'm as sexually explicit. >> apparently 20 to 30,000 pages of e-mails with jill kelley who set the fw bi on paula broad well. >> petraeus affair. >> biographer and mistress paula broadwell. >> schenn an begans. >> very explicit e-mails. >> friend employ, perhaps flirtatio flirtatious. >> is this story serious or just salacious. s that there been too much reckless speculation and has it overshadowed popp's agenda or the investigation of the investigation in ia reese role with benghazi. >> the consecutive executive steps down. can he jump-start a paper that's been through tough times? aisle ask him. a i'm howard kufrts and this is "reliable sources." >>> it is for the media the perfect storm when the combined sex, scandal, war, spying, and gossip, not to mention an fbi investiga
. the president in his interview with cbs the day following the attack on univision, on the dade letterman show and before united nations did not call it a terrorist attack. >> shannon: republican senator kelly ayotte. here is adam schiff on the house side and said anyone who was listening it was clear from general petraeus and other intelligence officials who testified last week that the talking points were amended to protect classified sources of information. not subject to political spin by the white house or ambassador to the u.n. the director of national intelligence said there were no sub stantive changes made after they left the committee. back with the panel. do you think the circumstance is tightping around who made substantive changes now? >> i think that the dni director clapper is going to have to explain, he now says he made them. or the intelligence community made them. he has to explain why he made them and why he said earlier they hadn't made them. but i think this will be explained. it's interesting because senator ayotte neglected to mention in the cbs interview later, clip ca
by the president afterwards for days and days afterwards on letterman and elsewhere was that it was a riot out of control because they didn't want the country to know that obama's boast that al-qaeda was on its heels was simply not true. he kept repeating that throughout the campaign. >> bill: they wanted to protect the campaign. >> well, that's one reason. there might be a lot more, nefarious ones. but they didn't have to worry about mitt romney bringing it up. why not tell the people -- >> but they didn't know that in advance. >> bill: i did. all right. charles, thanks very much. we appreciate it. >> are you a mind reading psychiatrist? >> bill: of course. not in real life. but in fantasy land. our poll question, we're asking was mitt romney wrong in saying many voters supported the president because of entitlements? yes or no? hear the results on monday. next up, chaos in france, secular progressives turn violent over gay marriage. also later on, americans are donating millions to help the victims of hurricane sandy. but will the money ever get to the people who need it? john stossel is inv
-laws coming for the holidays, david letterman had something so funny. he did this on his show last night, so just take a listen to this. >> finally, a major american company is addressing this problem for the holidays. >> do you hate the hassles of holiday air travel almost as much as you hate the tedious, awkward thanksgiving dinner with family? announcing united airlines reluctant traveler service. for a nominal fee, we'll book you on a pretend united flight, with a plausible flight number and time of arrival and then at the last minute, oh, no, your flight's been cancelled. you wanted to be there, but what can you do? united airlines, we get it. >> that's funny, yeah. >> come on, how good is that? >> i'm so grateful i love my family, aren't you? could you imagine? >> how about miley at the airport, speaking of airplanes yesterday. >> we're going to tell you what happened. apparently, she was lashing out at paparazzi at lax, which is notorious, of all the places i've been in my life, they are out of control. >> she lands after midnight, gets off the plane, she's looking for her boyfriend/f
in benghazi. full week after the attack on david letterman, the president was still blaming the anti-islam video. >> extremists and terrorists use this as an excuse to attack a variety of the embassies, including the one, the consulate in libya. >> the united nations on september 25, critics charge mr. obama double down. >> the united states government had nothing to do with the video. i believe its message must be rejected by all who respect our common humanity. >> white house briefing spokesman jay carney was pushed for explanation. >> what your questions seems to suggest is that it is more important that i or others use talking point provideed by the intelligence community, than what happened in benghazi. >> a congressional memo by fox news said the al-qaeda affiliated terrorists were involved in benghazi and assault on embassies in yemen and tunisia. senior fellow suggested terrorist attacks on 9/11 were not isolated events but were potentially linked. >> bret: big deal. we will continue to follow it. thank you. congressional negotiations going nowhere fast, president obama is ap
: the more light stuff whether it's biden on letterman or obama, the weird contrast is to a miserable country. greg is having a good time, i'm here eating beans. >> true. i don't know if he is eating beans, though. >> dana: evidence of that. >> greg: that was uncalled for. i have a g.i. problem. >> andrea: on the youth vote thing, it's interesting that he does go to the youth channels. most politicians talk to the audience they hope people were born yesterday. in the case of obama his supports really were born yesterday. he did say no to nickelodeon. for the record, i'm not buying "us weekly." i will read it at the nail salon so you are not getting my $4.99. sometimes this can be good press. one thing that george bush did in 2004. he wrote a letter to my daughters and published in "glamour." just his words. such a good thing. if you control it, good opportunities. you can't control it. >> dana: they ask all the questions are loaded with hypocrisy. >> greg: remember when abe lincoln did "cosmo." >> bob: what is a mistake that was. can i borrow that magazine when i get my nails done? >> andrea:
was a favorite target by more than 2 to 1. david letterman, jay leno, fergson and fallen told 290 jokes about republicans. and 138 jokes about democrats. from late august to early october. the top five subjects were mitt romney, president obama, arnold schwarzenegger, bill clinton and paul ryan. ♪ ♪ >> bret: as we have been telling you, ohio is basically the epicenter of the presidential universe right now. no republican has ever won the white house without it. it's shaping up to possibly be the decideer this time. tonight, correspondent mike tobin takes us to a ohio school where the campaign is already over. and the winner declared. >> republicans and democrats both love america. >> as the world wants to know how ohio will vote, students at saint edward middle school lakewood took a shot. >> ohio was a question mark. i don't know if you remember that. >> through the mock election they picked president barack obama back in 2008, by eight points. again this year the exercise and practical prophecy is an attempt by the faculty to start the students down a path of engagement with the politic
. schilling couldn't be reached for comment. >> joe biden making time for david letterman last night. he put his stamp on the top ten list, good things about early voting. >> if you vote early you don't have to pay taxes. i am being told that's not accurate. looking to mingle? find that someone special in the early voting line. honestly don't you want this election over with already? >> that is your 5@5:00. >> i want the don't have to pay taxes night. >> we are hours away from the final jobs report being released before the election. we will breakdown the expectations of what it will mean for you. >> a lot of people eyeing that. in new jersey people running on empty waiting in line for hours je just to fill up. a lot of stations have already run out of gas. we are talking to one woman who has been in line for 3 hours and she is still waiting. just happen. it takes some doing. some coordinating. and a trip to the one place with the new ideas that help us pull it all together. from the things that hang and shine... ...to the things that sparkle and jingle. all while saving the things that go i
with letterman's top ten list, biden did it, let's take a look at that. >> thank you for having me. i hope everything has come along all right in new york. you have been devastated and every one is thinking of you. and we are doing everything we can to help. >> thank you. appreciate the kind words. >> top ten good things about voting early. take it away. number seven. >> less crowded polling senator plenty of room to linger and relax. >> number six. >> if you voterly you don't have to pay taxes. i'm sorry. i'm being told that is not accurate. >> number five. >> single and looking to mingle find that special someone in the early voting line. >> that is our joe biden. >>> under the boardwalk. hurricane obama buries romney.
anything about politics, they want you to think about what happens, and the letterman joked, they possibly could be funny. he is famous for flying southwest even when it's not campaigning. [talking over each other] it wasn't quite the same way. but the people in the audience should get the joke come and, and stupid people should not understand that. [laughter] you have to be stupid to laugh. gerri: i want to bring up "the new york times" and how they interpret the numbers. president bush with economic growth of 2.7%. a national letdown. let's look at obama. gdp of 2.3%. what does "the new york times" essay? obit study improvement. gerri: slow but steady improvement. >> the media has really dishonored itself more than ever before in this campaign. candy crowley during the debate, choosing a winner and then having to admit that she was wrong. i mean, i understand what right-wingers are talking about. gerri: what let me ask you about chris christie this week. >> what i think is going on here is that right after chris christie became governor, the left is asking about how he lost the no child
think we all do. >> i love that. >> that was good times. that was good. congrats to letterman's writers. >>> what's coming up, we'll introduce you to a 99-year-old woman who's rocking the vote for the first time in her life. >> it's great story, but first a live look at the country music awards with our media and entertainment consultant brunell del granado who won big, who looked great, all that and more when "world news now" comes right back. >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by united health care. i'm only in my 60's... i've got a nice long life ahead. big plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i looked at my options. then i got a medicare supplement insurance plan. [ male announcer ] if you're eligible for medicare, you may know it only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. call now and find out about an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement plans, it helps pick up some of what medicare doesn't pay. and c
letterman's top ten list and here are three of the top ten good things about voting early, this according to joe biden. >> single and looking to mingle? find that special someone in the early voting line. if you vote early you don't have to pay taxes. i'm sorry, i'm being told that's not accurate. honestly, don't you want this election over with already? >> yes, we do. >> i got to say, sometimes it is hard to tell when the vice president is joking. >> i thought the same thing, as well. does he know this is comedy? okay. thanks, john, ahead this morning on "starting point," you saw some of the images that john is talking about, people desperate for gas, in the devastating aftermath of hurricane sandy. we're going to talk to rob marciano this morning on the ground updating that story and much more. jack, you're a little boring. boring. boring. [ jack ] after lauren broke up with me, i went to the citi private pass page and decided to be...not boring. that's how i met marilyn... giada... really good. yes! [ jack ] ...and alicia. ♪ this girl is on fire [ male announcer ] use any citi® card
it last monday night but david letterman had donald trump on his show. >> we can't hear the name. we can't hear the name. >> don't say the name. >> toupee chump. >> thank you. >> caller: he was making trump -- >> come on. what are you doing? >> we're trained professionals in this studio. we'll cut. >> little bit of slack. toupee chump is on the letterman. what happened? >> he made him look like a chump. he pulled out one of his shirts and he looks at the label. made in indonesia. he pulls out the tie. nice tie. toupee chump is sitting there with a smirk on his face. he flips the tie over. made in china. and toupee chump gave that stupid smirk of his. they went off to a commercial. come back. he was never there again. >> look, i've got a big problem with macy's, i don't understand why nbc continues to give this toupee chup a show. we'll continue our conversation at 1-866-55-press. the "bill press show" continues. don't buy at macy's folks. take action. we can do this. we can send them a message. t
and can't see us right now. david letterman and jimmy fallon who tape their shows here in new york played to empty houses, no audience because people were ordered off the streets of new york in the teeth of the storm. and their guests were game, including denzel washington and donald trump appeared this week wearing his customary orange top. a lot of new yorkers who have power and need a little lift every day have come to love mayor bloomberg's storm briefings. first, for the woman who may be the most expressive signer for the deaf in all of human history. and then the moment each day when the mayor switches to spanish or something awfully close. [ speaking spanish ] the mayor gets credit for diligence, if not style. he's been taking lessons for year, during spare moments at home, in the car, on the subway before it was flooded. even if his spanish is delivered in his same boston native accent he uses for english, in this light, you get points for trying. [ speaking spanish ] >> reporter: running a city of 8 million people plunged into partial darkness and chaos is difficult enough. socia
we go to break, vice president biden stopped by david letterman to give the top ten reasons to vote early. here are the ones that came up. >> number six, if you vote early you don't have to pay taxes. >> looking to mingle? find that special someone in the early voting run. >> the number one thing about voting early, ladies and gentlemen. >> honest, don't you want this election over with already? wooohooo....hahaahahaha! oh...there you go. wooohooo....hahaahahaha! i'm gonna stand up to her! no you're not. i know. you know ronny folks who save hundreds of dollars switching to geico sure are happy. how happy are they jimmy? happier than a witch in a broom factory. get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. >>> we think today is the day that president obama and governor romney will come closest to each other before election day. they'll be about 100 miles apart on the campaign trail in ohio. the president is trying to make up for lost time scheduling three stops in ohio over the next six hours. msnbc's chris jansing is live for us today at the first st
, it's time for last call. vice president biden making an appearance with david letterman delivering top 10 list of reasons to vote early. >> vote early you don't have to pay taxes. i'm sorry. i'm being told that is not accurate. are you single and looking to mingle? you can find that special someone. don't you want this election over with already? >> thank you for being with us tonight. be sure to tune in sunday night for a special live on the record 10:00 p.m. they'll be here and more. sunday night, a live show, be here. right now go to gretawire.com. you can blog and let us know at
david letterman and comedy central star stephen cobher. the auction is november 14th. all the proceeds will benefit the american red cross. friday night's all-star telethon raised millions for the red cross. many celebrities were a vast desert their to donate their voices to the cost. the program aired on nbc. it raised nearly $23 million. >> the estimated movie took in $49 million in its debut weekend. denzel washington's latest movie flights soared past the competition to quit the no. 2 spot. it hit 25 min dollars. our goal route out the top three. the ban afleck movie continues to impress or divorced. >> here's a look at your your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast are we have warm temperatures today unseasonably warm. inland highs around 84 degrees 82 or bay. we could kick a few beaches getting up towards the 82 park as well. we will hang on to warm weather to tomorrow until things finally cooled down that resemble something coasters and of them will. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news one day until election day. the canada to making their final campaign stops. we will wrap u
on letterman, they get attacked for that. but, in fact, that's the only way to reach folks. >> rose: and they believe it humanized them to do that. >> but they can not get -- it's very hard to exercise presidential leadership in the classic sense in a culture that is so incredibly atomized. >> i don't think i agree with that. so if you look at what's happened over i would say the last 30 or 40 years is power has become centralized in washington. in the white house each white house i've covered is more insular and centralized than the one before and it's a relatively small number of people in the west wing. in congress it's more centralized. in the house much more centralized in the speaker's office. in the senate much more centralized in the leadership. so i do think if you got say an obama and a boehner and a romney or a reid together with a relatively small number of people you could exercise serious presidential leadership even with all the other things going on in the country. >> tom and then jon. go ahead, tom. >> i'll just add to david's point. when jon meacham 20 years from n
. >>> on the funny side of things, nbc news anchor brian williams sat down with funny man david letterman to talk about the election in a serious way. >> this was a campaign targeting really specifically targeting reading the census, going after a demographic, the engine room in chicago with all these mass whizes deciding how do we win this thing? they went after specific groups, counties, neighborhoods, precinct captains. this was math. it was ground game. >> last night, though, south park had a different explanation for how the president won the election. voter fraud. and eric cartman tries to steal the election. >> look at you possibly having a room that could change the outcome of the election. >> pretty sweet, huh? >> this is breaking election news. hold that phone. the election may be over, but rumors are running rampant that hundreds of thousands of ballots for mitt romney were stolen. >> cartman is always up to no good. >> and an election special, a special edition of the song you can't dub this. ♪ thank you for blessing me with a mind to run and to defeat ♪ ♪ feels good when you kn
. [ laughter ] >> oh, boy. [ laughter ] >> leave it to david letterman, right? >> well, he's pretty funny. he is going to miss the election because that's usually all he talks about. >> lots of jokes there. >>> president obama is busy back at work after winning re- election. >> he and the first family returned to the white house yesterday after tuesday night's victory celebration in chicago. he has a busy few weeks ahead working with republicans and democrats to avoid the "fiscal cliff." if congress does not act during its lame duck session, there will be an automatic tax increase and spending cuts. >> that's the so-called "fiscal cliff." and it's one factor in a big sell-off on wall street. jill schlesinger, editor at large for cbsmoneywatch.com, joins us now. so jill, what caused the selling? >> reporter: well, you know, it was a bit of that "fiscal cliff." but now there's some serious concerns about the eurozone right now. and that was what got investors kind of freaked out early yesterday morning. dow plunging 313 points or 2.4% to 12,932. s&p down 33 to 1394. nasdaq down 2.5% to 2937. a
. the presidents don't get that anymore unless it's a real crises. so they go on the view, they go on letterman. they get a tax for that. butn fact, that's the only way to reach them. >> rose: they believe it humanizes them to do that. >> they do but they cannot get, it's very hard to exercise presidential leadership in the classic sense, in a culture that is so incredibly atomized. >> rose: david go ahead. >> i don't think i agree with that. if you look at what's happened over i would say over the last 30 or 40 years, this power has become centralized in washington. t's more insular and more centralized and a small number of people in the west wing that really control the administration. in congress it's certainly more centralized than the house, much more centralized than the speaker's office in the senate and much more centralized in the leadership. so i do think that if you got say obama and boehner or romney and reid together with a relatively small number of people, you could exercise some pretty serious presidential leadership even with all the other thing going on in the country we ta
pleasure of interviewing david letterman because daid i receivg one of the kennedy honors. he's an honoree this year. and he, you know, he grew up in indiana. and in high school did not quite know, and thought he would end up going to some kind of trade school, literally trade school. didn't do well in school. he took a course in public speaking. and the idea of, and he knew within five minutes that that is what he wanted to do. >> wow. >> he wanted to be able to speak, i mean the experience of that changed his life. you know. and i always tnkf, i can remember what it was that made me so curious about you know the world around me so that the perfect place for me to be was sitting at a table talking about these kinds of things. and how lucky you are if you can find that. all of us found it pretty early, didn't we? >> relatively. that reminded me of-- . >> rose: before you went to college. >> murrow's journey, out of the lumber fields to washington state university, his teacher there, he was in a play and she recognized something. and from that moment on, and he attributes his career and his
time off to do it. with david letterman -- (laughs) david lindbergh. >> no comedy, it wasn't a funny time. >> rose: why did you feel the necessary toy do that? >> i threw myself in some situations. i was leading the open championship, there were nine holes to go, i collapsed on that fell apart sort sort of thing. >> rose: why do you fall apart? >> well, that time if you cannot hit certain shots under pressure, that's the real bottom line or put under pressure. so i had a great year in 1983, i was european number one. then i went another year through '84 and i played with ben crenshaw in the final group at the masters in '. i then won at hilton head, my first win in america. but to cut a long story short, by the end of the year a little voice said "you haven't quite got it." so david ledbetter was right there, in sun city in south africa and i'd been asking other coaches "what do you think?" and then david said well, if we get the chain reaction right we can -- we can work on things or change things. so i thought about it again for a couple more months until may of -- i just missed th
on every entertainment -- exaggeration, he went on letterman and the view. that's weird. you have the problem with eligible petraeus and broadwell, the girlfriend. we don't finish that relationship poisoned how he did his job. how did she get classified documents. where did she get that and whether or not, you know, when did the affair begin, did it begin in the military, and did he lie about it? it's all done, presumably, so far, whined closed doors, but it was just one day, right? >> right. i think that's why senator mccain and graham and iiot have proposed the select committee. presumably, that would be in public. i think this is going to go on for quite sometime. i think people are kidding themselves if they think this is a flash in the pan. there is too much involved here and the administration's passist before, during and after the september 11 attack and frankly, the passist that they have displayed, once the petraeus broadwell affair was uncovered, is just inexapplicable. the notion that the president is prohibited from finding out what the fbi is doing, maybe somebody nee
. david letterman also weighed in with some potential scapegoats on his top ten list. >> number nine, properly functions voting machines. number six, congressman todd akin's biology teacher. number four, this guy right here. that guy. there's paul ryan. number three, fact checkers. i don't get this one either. number two, the republican party for nominating him. ouch! oh! >> that's good stuff. >>> the fiscal cliff. while the interest groups give president obama room to make a deal? we'll talk with two of them who met with the president today. you're watching "hardball," the place for politics. i don't spend money on gasoline. i am probably going to the gas station about once a month. last time i was at a gas station was about...i would say... two months ago. i very rarely put gas in my chevy volt. i go to the gas station such a small amount that i forget how to put gas in my car. [ male announcer ] and it's not just these owners giving the volt high praise. volt received the j.d. power and associates appeal award two years in a row. ♪ how they'll live tomorrow. for more than 116 ye
. you need an expert to do that for you? david letterman also weighed in with some potential scapegoats on his top ten list. >> number nine, properly functioning voting machines. number six, congressman todd akin's biology teacher. number four, this guy right here. that guy. there's paul ryan. number three, fact checkers. i don't get this one either. number two, the republican party for nominating him. ouch! oh! >> that's good stuff. up next, the fiscal cliff. will the interest groups give president obama room to make a deal? we'll talk with two of them who met with the president today. you're watching "hardball," the place for politics. [ male announcer ] this is steve. he loves risk. but whether he's climbing everest, scuba diving the great barrier reef with sharks, or jumping into the market, he goes with people he trusts, which is why he trades with a company that doesn't nickel and dime him with hidden fees. so he can worry about other things, like what the market is doing and being ready, no matter what happens, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense, from td ameritrad
and check out what she was able to tell david letterman last night. >> we did a couple takes and at the very end just for the heck of i went in for a kiss. >> oh really? what happened there? >> he was so great and i think he's used to a lot of crazy people. >> crazy people. going in for the goal there with the kiss. she said he was a good sport. those are some of the things we thought you should know. >>> and we want the know what you're thankful for this thanksgiving. share your thoughts with us and the rest of the nbc family by tweeting us using the hashtag why i'm thankful and show the responses on thaflg morning. here's an example of jandavis thankful for the kindness of people who volunteered or donated to sandy survivors. keep them coming. use the hashtag why i'm thankful and go to facebook.com/newsnation post your responses there. that is going to do it for this edition of "news nation." "the cycle" comes your way next. the way it cleans. everything about the oral-b power brush is simply revolutionary. oral-b power brushes oscillate, rotate and even pulsate to gently loosen and break
were this was a coordinated preplanned terrorist attack. when the president said on "letterman" we think the video caused this. when he said at the u.n. we won't let a hateful video turn the mideast into a bad spot they're not relying on the best -- >> but all the evidence is that ambassador rice was using the information given to her by the intelligence community. >> i don't -- i don't believe that. i will -- here's what i want to know. have the intelligence community, not the deputies, the people on the ground put in one pile all the evidence of a preplanned coordinated terrorist attack with al qaeda militia and one pot and put in the other pot the evidence that this was a spontaneous mob created by a hateful video. i've seen no evidence. what did the fbi get from the survivors? they said there was never a mob to begin with. there were mobs in -- riots in the mideast but none had mortars, none lasted for seven hours and why for seven hours could we not help these poor people? where was the department of defense? and when you look at the history of benghazi, george, august 16th th
being on "the view" and letterman saying that they didn't know what -- still saying that this was a hateful video that inspired. >> bill: he still hasn't explained it. he still hasn't explained it. >> he still hasn't explained it because there were people who were survivors from the consulate who were interviewed two days later in germany that said there was no mob. >> bill: but the president he wanted us to intrude on his campaign he said press isn't going to bother me. i know i can get away with it and that is what he did. here is the key question about ambassador rice and then we will get to the tax stuff is she a dishonest woman, senator? is she dishonest? did she go out there knowing what she said was false and say it anyway? that's the crux of this matter. >> i don't think it was a matter of dishonesty, it was a matter, again, of responsibility. there was plenty of information out there, which she has access to. >> bill: she didn't bother. >> which contradicted what she american people on behalf of the either the american government or the american congress. >>
letterman in september. we don't have to be worried about it short-term. both of them talking about the debt. are they right? joining us is americans for tax reform. i could say the president and richard trumka have a point. we are not going to have a debt crisis next week or next month. not even next year. very cheap to keep borrowing money, interest rates at all time record lows. why worry about it? why should i worry about it? >> the president and from the are right, not massive drivers we are not addressing. we are not looking at medicare or social security. these are things that ultimately will bankrupt the country. the thing that makes me concerned hearing this from left-wing leaders, hearing this from the president is to say we don't need to deal with the problem is to ignore the massive spending obama has presided over and for him to ignore that presents a problem for us now. wheat -- interest rates are low but in no way are we an economy not beleaguered by big government and tax hikes and to that. stuart: as i listen to these negotiations going on over this fiscal cliff, i hear rich
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